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Wakefield prop Justin Poore warned over tackle on Hull's Shannon McDonnell

Last Updated: 02/07/13 3:59pm

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Justin Poore: Available to face Widnes next week

Justin Poore: Available to face Widnes next week

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Justin Poore has been warned over a tackle he made during Wakefield's win at Hull on Monday.

The Wildcats prop was put on report for a challenge on Shannon McDonnell as his side won 27-26 in East Yorkshire.

Hull coach Peter Gentle claimed after the game McDonnell was lucky to escape a serious back injury.

But the Rugby Football League's match-review panel decided the incident merited a caution rather than a charge.

And Australian Poore, who has been sent off twice in his first season in England, will be available for next week's game against Widnes.

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